The latest Saudi National Commercial Bank quarterly review of contract awards in the construction industry revealed that the sector is expected to sustain its solid performance and post over SR10bn in additional projects during Q4.
What does SNCB stand for?
SNCB stands for Saudi National Commercial Bank (also seen as NCB; various locations)
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- Solaris Network Cache and Accelerator (improved web performance)
- Steese National Conservation Area (Alaska)
- Synuclein, Alpha
- Swaziland National Council of Arts and Culture (Manzini, Swaziland)
- Student North Carolina Association of Educators
- Syndicat National des Courtiers d'Assurance et de Réassurance (French: National Union of Insurance Brokers and Reinsurance)
- South Norfolk County Association for Retarded Citizens (Westwood, MA)
- Southern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services
- Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud Ouest (French: National Society of Aeronautical Constructions South West)
- Sierra Nevada Community Access Television (Reno, NV)
- Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Belges (Belgian National Railways)
- Société Normande de Construction Bois (French: Norman Construction Company Bois; France)
- Star of the North Concert Band (Minneapolis St. Paul, MN)
- Stereotactic Needle Core Biopsy
- Synuclein, Beta
- Safety National Casualty Corporation (St Louis, MO)
- Semiconductor New Century Committee (Japan)
- Small Non-Cleaved Cell (lymphoma)
- South-North Coordination Committee (UN; Korea)
- Southern New Castle County (Delaware)
Samples in periodicals archive:
With the GCC economies now poised to earn an additional $16 billion every month due to higher oil prices, policymakers will have more authority and freedom to increase public spending to support economic activity, said the latest study by NCB Capital, the investment arm of Saudi National Commercial Bank.
lt;p>Speaking at a lecture in Riyadh in March, Saeed Al Shaikh, Saudi Shura Council member and Chief Economist at the Saudi National Commercial Bank commented, "SAMA has always followed a conservative investment policy as most of its assets are concentrated in safe US treasury bills away from volatile stock markets and restructured productsC* This has enabled SAMA to preserve the value of its net foreign assets and kept it in a much better position than the other Gulf investment organisations, which have accumulated nearly 40 per cent of their assets in financial markets.